Nobody’s ever had sex in space before. But that’s about to change.
Maya Tarkanian, one of the new astronauts being sent to help construct the state-of-the-art Atlas Space Station, is approached by a NASA doctor who wants her to collect data while she’s in orbit. Not just any data, though: biological data. Private data. Intimate data.
They want to study zero-gravity sex.
It’s absurd, presumptuous, and totally out of line.
But then Maya meets her new crew—which just so happens to be full of intelligent, competitive, gorgeous men. Men in peak physical condition, wearing skin-tight jumpsuits. Men she’ll be tightly confined with for months.
Alex, the bold engineer, has an easy smile and a quick wit. Jonathan, the austere and darkly handsome commander, compels respect and oozes authority. And Vasiliy, the Russian cosmonaut, has a heart so big she could fit inside it—and a body to match.
Suddenly the doctor’s little side project doesn’t seem so absurd.
Can Maya balance the needs of the mission with the needs of her heart? Is there room for romance aboard a space station, or will it just lead to heartbreak and professional disgrace?
And when a terrorist plot to destroy the station is revealed, will Maya even live long enough to find out?